Back on Track - Ontario's Remedial Measures Program for Impaired Drivers

Site: Toronto - Mailing Address

Record #: BAR2600
Last Modified: 27 Nov 2023
Last Full Update: 12 Jul 2022

Contacts

Public Comments Administrative Office in Toronto is not open to the public, no in-person service
Toll Free Phone 1-888-814-5831
E-Mail info@remedial.net
Website www.remedial.net/

Addresses

Address & Map
Toronto, ON
Canada
Mailing Address c/o Back on Track; 
33 Ursula Franklin St 
Toronto, ON 
Canada M5S 2S1
Physical Access Not Applicable - no service to the public at office

Description

Description (Service) COVID-19 Update
  • All program components are conducted virtually, there are no in-person appointments
  • contact Office for more information
Regular Service
Provincial remedial measures program for convicted impaired drivers or drivers with two or more roadside suspensions
  • information, registration, assessment, education, treatment groups and follow-up interviews as required
  • participants should register a week (7 days) after the impaired conviction or roadside suspensions, it may take up to 11 months to complete all parts of the Back on Track program
  • administered by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health on behalf of the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario and offered by community service providers in a variety of locations across the province
  • in York Region, Simcoe County and Muskoka region it is offered in Aurora, Barrie, Bracebridge and Parry Sound respectively

Service Details

Legal Status (30) Provincial Government
Hours Telephone Service: Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm, call at other times to listen to recorded information, no in-person service
Areas Served Muskoka District ; Simcoe County ; York County ; 28 different location across Ontario
Eligibility
  • Individuals who have been convicted of impaired driving, or who have two or more roadside suspensions in the past 10 years
  • completion of program is mandatory before driver's licence can be reinstated
Application
  • Call, email or visit website for information, no walk-in service
  • registration form can be completed online or downloaded
  • participants must register after receiving conviction and pay full registration fee before commencing program
  • participants should register a week (7 days) after the impaired conviction or roadside suspensions, it may take up to 11 months to complete all parts of the Back on Track program
Languages English - Reception, Website, Programs; French - Reception, Website, Programs
Fees Program - Registration fee - $634 for convicted impaired drivers or $294 for roadside suspensions to cover the costs of the program

Subjects

Service Categories DUI Remedial Programs